Microsoft System Center 2012 Private Cloud 70-246 With Greg ShieldsMonitoring and Operating a Private Cloud with System Center 2012
Duration: 8h 42m | Video: AVC (.mp4) 1280x720 15fps | Audio: AAC 22KHz 1ch
Genre: eLearning | Level: Intermediate | Language: English
Whether you’re here to pass that 70-246 and get your MCSE: Private Cloud, or just looking to expand your knowledge, this series isn’t one to miss.
In this series, you’ll learn the down-and-dirty details of how each System Center component contributes to Private Cloud operations. Indeed, you’ll get to know some immediately-useful VMM 2012 tricks in building service templates. But you’ll also come to understand how Operations Manager handles monitoring, Service Manager and App Controller facilitate self-service, and Orchestrator glues everything together.
Private Cloud isn’t so much a technology as a way of thinking. A Private Cloud in operations might look like a virtual environment. It has all of the same actions, buttons, and management tools. But it is the way in which you operate that virtual environment that evolves it into something special - and something far more useful for your datacenter.
Veteran CBT Nuggets trainer Greg Shields has been working with virtualization and cloud technologies since their earliest days. He’s also deeply experienced in Microsoft’s System Center platform. It is that combination of experience why we’ve asked him to take point for our two-part MCSE: Private Cloud series.
This certification tests not only your virtual skills; it also requires a mile-wide-and-inch-deep understanding of the entirety of System Center: Operations Manager, Virtual Machine Manager, Orchestrator, Service Manager, App Controller, and Data Protection Manager.
Greg approaches this series as the second of Microsoft’s two exams, with the 70-247 being your first in line. By starting with the 70-247, you’ll have the technology underpinnings for a Private Cloud firmly constructed. Greg continues that story in this series by helping you actually use the environment you just created.
But he goes further here than ever before, delivering real-world examples that you’ll want to implement immediately. You’ll leave with a better understanding of how a System Center Private Cloud will greatly enhance IT services like IIS, SQL, and even Remote Desktop Services.
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